these savings that the government still cannot make…

2023-09-27 20:55:24 By Julie Ruiz Published yesterday at 8:12 p.m., Update yesterday at 10:55 p.m. Bruno Le Maire, Minister of the Economy, and Thomas Cazenave, Minister for Public Accounts, Wednesday at the Élysée. JOHANNA GERON / REUTERS DECRYPTION – The government is relying, next year, on savings mainly made by reducing credits for exceptional measures. … Read more

U.S. durable goods orders unexpectedly increase in August, indicating revival of capital investment momentum | Reuters

2023-09-27 14:45:00 According to durable goods order statistics for August released by the US Department of Commerce on the 27th, orders for non-defense capital goods (core capital goods) excluding aircraft, which are a leading indicator of capital investment, increased by 0.9% from the previous month. Photographed at the U.S. Boeing factory in March 2019 (2023 … Read more

New Tax on Motorway Concessions and Airports in 2024: Impact and Reactions

2023-09-27 13:21:19 By Le Figaro with AFP Published 3 hours ago, Updated 8 minutes ago ” data-script=” > If the motorway concessionaire indicated that “an increase in taxes is inevitably an increase” in tolls, the ADP group expects to pass on part of the tax to the airlines. The measure had been on the table … Read more

Factors Influencing Salary: Age, Industry, and Gender Disparities in Belgian Job Market

2023-09-27 10:19:00 Age notably influences salary upwards, according to data from the Belgian statistics office, with an inflection point around 40 years old. However, this effect is mainly felt among employees. Thus, employees aged 60 and over earn 183% more than workers 20 years younger. Among workers, the wage gap is only 37%. In terms … Read more

Latest News and Updates on Tokyo Stock Exchange, Wall Street, and Global Economy

2023-09-27 01:28:32 The Tokyo Stock Exchange was in sharp decline on the morning of Wednesday, September 27, marked like Wall Street the day before by risk aversion in the face of the bleak outlook for the global economy and the tension on bond rates, particularly in the United States. . The flagship Nikkei index lost … Read more

Opinions are divided on whether achieving the price target is “not yet” or “clearly in sight” = July summary of the Bank of Japan | Reuters

2023-09-27 02:25:56 At the Bank of Japan’s monetary policy meeting held in July, the gap in opinion regarding the 2% inflation target became clear. The photo shows a panoramic view of the old Bank of Japan building. Photographed on September 20, 2023. (2023 Reuters/Issei Kato) TOKYO (Reuters) – At the Bank of Japan’s monetary policy … Read more